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Old 09-01-2009, 01:43 AM   #1
rajesh84210
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instant messaging conferencing in kamailio


Dear experts,
am configuring an opensource server, openser. i would like to know how to configure my openser to support instant messaging conference .my first question is how do i create chat rooms.I see from the docs that the chat rooms are created by the command #create chat-000 .. i gave this command in the .cfg file but iam sure if it is correct..
i would also like to know how to test it as there are no Softphone which supprts IMC..

Anyhelp uis greatly appreciated.
 
  


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